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Environments, Natures & Social Theory: book review

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Environments, Natures & Social Theory: Towards a Critical Hybridity (Damian F. White, Alan P. Rudy, & Brian J. Gareau, 2016, Palgrave Macmillan) brings together the bodies of literature around social theory, economics, politics and governance, philosophy, ecology, and environmental discourse. This ambitious text is …

The True Cost: documentary review

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain With recent news about alleged “disappearances” of Chinese activists working at factories producing Ivanka Trump’s line of shoes, as well as President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accords, citing economic “unfairness” to American workers, the documentary The True Cost feels powerfully relevant …

Trust artist profile: Jason deCaires Taylor

We are continuing our series of posts that will profile the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Trust. Learn more about the Trust volume here. Click this link to order Trust and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Cover artist for our Trust volume, Jason deCaires Taylor, opened a new underwater …

Trust author profile: Deborah Galle

We are continuing our series of posts that will profile the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Trust. Learn more about the Trust volume here. Click this link to order Trust and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Relationships of trust between human beings and other animals was a theme …

Trust author profile: Jeff Todd Titon

We are continuing our series of posts that will profile the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Trust. Learn more about the Trust volume here. Click this link to order Trust and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Jeff Todd Titon, professor emeritus of music at Brown University, is an …

Trust author profile: Lené Gary

We are beginning a new series of posts that will profile the authors and artists featured in our latest volume, Trust. Learn more about the Trust volume here. Click this link to order Trust and previous volumes. by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Lené Gary shared “Three True Stories about Dispersion” with readers of …

Weather Gone Wild: documentary review

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain In the wake of an unprecedented number of extreme weather events in the last several years, Weather Gone Wild explores the significance of these events as well as strategies we could employ in order to mitigate them. Although each weather event taken alone could …

Staff profile: Chelsea Coombes leaving for Peace Corps

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain In addition to an excellent editorial board made up of practitioners and academics from around the country, Whole Terrain benefits from the passion, wisdom, and infusion of new energy from masters and doctoral students in the Environmental Studies Department at Antioch University New England (AUNE) each …

Announcing Volume 22: Trust

Announcing the release of Volume 22: Trust! This beautiful and insightful print journal explores a number of angles on the theme of trust, from land trusts to trusting the passage of time. By focusing on trust in this issue, we are not encouraging a sentimental, Romantic ideal of “trusting nature” and …

Wrenched: documentary review

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Fans of the author and environmental activist Edward Abbey will love the documentary Wrenched. For younger generations of environmentalists, who may not have encountered Abbey’s writing yet, this film can introduce them to Abbey’s particular brand of radical environmental activism, “monkey wrenching,” and his …

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